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A combined medical marijuana dispensary and growing and processing facility for up to 1,500 plants is hoping to take root in Meridian Township after the state granted it prequalification status today. more
It is a cacophony of shouts and soccer ball impacts at the Legacy Center in Brighton for the Lansing Ignite FC’s last preseason game against the Western Michigan Broncos before heading to start the season in Richmond, Virgina. more
Before former Capitol renovation project manager Tim Bowlin moved to warmer climates and then- Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero moved to the private sector, the two talked conceptually about moving the state Christmas tree one block east from the Capitol’s front lawn to the traffic circle at Michigan Avenue and Washington Square. more
Edward Mahoney arrived home from a Hawaiian vacation this winter to a surprise in his mailbox: An annual property tax bill that had jumped $977, or 16 percent, over last year. more
Renewed efforts to bolster diversity at the Lansing Fire Department might be easier said than done. more
About 24 hours after a white supremacist massacred 50 people during Friday prayers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, that country’s prime minister announced a ban on semi-automatic rifles — an example of how quickly common sense can prevail when a major political party isn’t a wholly owned subsidiary of a sociopathic gun lobby. Compare that with the U.S., where we couldn’t enact universal background checks after gunmen killed 20 children in Newtown, 49 people at an Orlando nightclub and 58 concertgoers in Las Vegas. more
A temporary name change for the Lansing Lugnuts was designed to celebrate the Latinx community. But it is catching hell from some members of that community instead. more
Wahlburgers may be coming to East Lansing, with an assist from former Lansing Mayor Virg Bernero. more
Residents near Ormond Park have settled their suit against the city but remain disappointed. more
Lansing’s Elected Officers Compensation Commission outlined a new recommendation today to increase pay for elected officials by 8.8 percent over three years. more
March winds knocked on the doors of Williamston United Methodist Church Sunday as Pastor Linda Stephan told her congregation she was giving up “a number of things” for Lent. She warmed th more
The 45-cent-a-gallon gasoline tax hike that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer proposed last week isn’t going to happen. more
2206 W. Jolly Road A recent reader nomination brings us to this week’s “really terrible” southside eyesore, but this one probably would’ve made our listings at some point regardless. The property is for sale. And it’s a total mess. more
After repeated winter-weather closures at the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office, a 22-year-old pregnant woman was forced to spend an unnecessary week behind bars, said 55th District Judge Thomas Boyd. more
The funny thing is people might think this is my favorite thing because I get out on the motorcycle and sing, but I sing in my car, shower and walking down the street. Singing is a byproduct of my freedom, but the bike is how I express my joy. I am my true self when I’m on my motorcycle. more
Most members of the Lansing City Council spurned a recent recommendation to beef up their paychecks next year, sending salary-setting officials back to the drawing board to craft another plan. more
The long-running TV show “Cops” plans to film in Ingham County, offering what Sheriff Scott Wriggelsworth labeled a “great opportunity” to showcase local law enforcement officers. more
Bigger paychecks could soon be on the way for elected leaders in the city of Lansing. more
The former chief of the Lansing Fire Department said today that he quit last year because the workplace became “extremely uncomfortable” after Andy Schor took office as mayor. more
The question of what my favorite thing is really threw me for a loop. I have some pretty interesting objects, but none of them are my favorite thing. In the context of me stepping down as poet laureate, it is a physical thing — walking and listening to music on the Lansing River Trail while thinking about poetry. more
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